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In a spate of proteomics mergers, Cambridge Antibody Technology swallowed up Oxford GlycoSciences in a £109.6 million all-stock deal, and Structural Bioinformatics emerged with the upper hand in its merger with San Diego neighbor GeneFormatics.


Lilly added more collaborations to its belt. The company is working with MDS Proteomics’ technology to study phosphorylated proteins, and with Molecular Staging’s platform to identify biomarkers for sepsis.


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